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. north korea best not make any more threats to the united states. they will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen. >> a sharp warning to north korea who u.s. intelligence can outfit a missile with nukes as the rogue nation threatens to attack guam. >> breaking news as a cop killer considered armed and dangerous is captured. >> sleep apnea is the cause of accidents over the years so why are they canalling tests to test train operators. >> wering glen campbell and the out pouring of fans both young
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and old. >> the winner of the mega millions both a major lottery source. great being back with you. i'm frances rivera. >> i'm philipp menna. did you have good days off? >> sleeping in. trying to get back on track. >> you forget how fun it is to sleep in. >> good to be back. >> we begin with the unnevering news out of north korea. they have capability of missile-ready weapons from north korea. >> north korea best not make any more threats to the united states. they will be met with fire and fury like the world has never seen. >> we have word kim jong un is threatening to strike the u.s.
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territory of guam. >> it is president trump's provocative statement that some worry may lead to a major military standoff. andrea mitchell joins us with more. good morning. >> good morning, frances. a stern warning from president trump saying that the u.s. would respond with the fire and the fury that the world has never seen. the ah alarming warning briefed on the defense intelligence assessment, nbc news that they have a warhead small enough to fit inside a missile that could reach the u.s. mainland. he has shown off what he had as a weapon and now he may have built one. >> it doesn't appear to be an immediate threat to the homeland, but he is beginning to perfect the ability to deliver a device to the homeland. >> the speed is stunning.
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u.s. intelligence thought it would take years to get this far, but 11 days ago, they launched a missile test that could reach all the way to chicago and they may have a miniaturized weapon as well. u.s. intelligence missed the timing. >> the under estimation of the pace of this program represents a real blind spot as well as a danger for the united states. >> there are big hurdles and crafting a warhead that can survive reinterview and testing accuracy to hit a target. they shut down a missile over the pacific, but it cannot be counted on to be 100% accurate. the fear is north korea is on track to solve the technical challenges sooner rather than later. >> if they proceed on the program will figure out how to miniaturize the nuclear device that they have shown they know how to detonate.
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put it on top of an acbm. >> threatening guam and some are slamming the president's comments. dianne feinstein recommending immediate diplomatic talks. the chairman can't think of any other president, not reagan or eisenhower, who would have used that kind of rhetoric. >> andrea mitchell, thank you. >> tracy pots in washington. the president seems to have drawn a red line. >> he can try diplomacy with russia and china getting involved. china being the major diplomatic partner of north korea in that region, not to mention having a financial impact in terms of the economy of north korea. the other option is a military one. a lot of military experts say they are not good military options here. the president getting criticism for the bold statement that he
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made. the senate's top democrat chuck schumer called it reckless rhetoric. this is not a strategy to keep america safe. it's not just coming from democrats. listen to what john mccain had to say about the president's reaction. >> the great leaders that i have seen, they don't threaten unless they are ready to act. and i'm not sure that president trump is ready to act. and so maybe it will turn out all right. he's the president and i'm not. i don't think that some of great leaders that i have admired would have taken that same path. >> it looks like more americans than not are not comfort annual with where this is going. 35% of americans say they are confident in how the president is handling north korea, but nearly two thirds, 61% said they are uneasy about it.
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>> we find ourselves in a determini dangerous game of chicken. >> the manhunt in the suspect for the killing of a police officer is over. they got a tip from a local citizen who say they responded to a call about a person walking along a highway. they found him and raved him without incident. he did suffer a gunshot wound and believed to have been fired by the man he killed. gary michael. this morning police are grateful he is off the streets. >> it's a relief for us that he is in custody, but it's with extreme sadness it was a result of officer michael losing his life. >> he is in the hospital and has been charged with first-degree murder. >> the trump administration is abandoning plans for screening drivers for sleep apnea that contributed to multiple deadly
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crashes. we have been following it all morning. >> good morning, guys. about 25 million of us according to the experts suffer from undiagnosed sleep apnea. obviously a big concern in the transportation industry and why many want mandatory testing. in 2013 when a train sped through a curve and killed four passengers, the engineer had fallen asleep. they said because of sleep apnea. after a young mother died in a train crash, his lawyer said he suffered from the condition as well. the trump administration said existing programs are enough and highlights eliminating regulations as one of his biggest accomplishments. >> my administration has been laser focused on removing the barriers to job growth and prosperity. we formed a deregulation task force in every agency to find and eliminate wasteful, intrusive and job killing
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regulations. of which we had many. >> after the new york commuter train crash, the railroad determined 11% of engineers have sleep apnea. >> it doesn't take albert einstein to understand why we need these regulations. to pull the plug on it, there is no good reason for it. we called them and asked them for an explanation and they don't have a good one. >> they insist they should decide whether to screen as well for sleep apnea. many railroads like amtrak do and so do the airlines. they test the pilots. >> that's good news. thank you. >> glen campbell died after a public battle with alzheimer's and he received an out pouring of reactions from celebrities at all ends of the spectrum. dolly parton praised the
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musician with a video statement and miley cyrus said miss you already. steve martin shares he was his first employer as a writer. john mccain writes great man and a great arizona an. >> cynthia fadden looks at his unforgettable career. ♪ like a rhinestone cowboy >> for 40 years it was his signature song, though he never learned to read music, his rich voice and extraordinary gift as a guitarist led to more than 70 albums and a staggering 21 top 40 hits. born dirt poor in the depression to a share cropping family in rural arkansas, he was one of 12 kids. his personal path was not always so gentle. he battled alcohol and cocaine addictions and was married four
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times, but he kept on singing. ♪ southern nights >> in 2011 he received devastating news. he had alzheimer's disease. despite the memory loss, he made a brave decision. >> i ain't done yet. >> to go on tour as planned, hitting the road for 151 stop farewell tour with three of his six kids. >> who are all these people out there. there they are. >> the resulting documentary, an intimate portrait of the toll the disease takes. ♪ i'm still here but yet i'm gone ♪ >> the song was nominated for an oscar. his disease had reached stage six. stage seven is the end of the road. ♪ i've been talking these
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streets so long ♪ >> he was honored with a grammy for lifetime achievement. he brought the crowd to its feet, a celebration of his music and his courage. cynthia mcfadden, nbc news, new york. >> glen campbell was 81 years old. incredible career. a lot of rhinestone cowboys being celebrated. >> i didn't realize he had 21 top 40 hits. great career. >> let's go to bill with a look at the day ahead. >> flash flood threat in the southeast. we have calm with more storms around houston. 9.2 at risk for flash flooding. they will be along the stationary boundary. mississippi and alabama and a few storms along the coastline. great weather to be had too
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>> it's making some in hollywood remember the dark days following the infamous sony hack three years ago. hackers demapping millions from hbo holding the most surprised content hostage. >> new questions are rising how
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legal sand fight. the state edp at the jersey shore head to court to argue if and when the controversial dune project can continue. it's reached an agreement with enenvironmental groups on people living along the route of the pipeline. the jackpot is near $4 million, and there is another drawing for the powerball jackpot. that happens tonight. can you say lottery fever? there's going to be lines today. >> ka-ching. >> first look at 4:00. >> the most accurate forecast in
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town. it's going to be a gorgeous day today, bill. >> absolutely. temperatures are in the 50s and 60s. it dropped to 67 but that's the warm spot. look at lehigh valley, 59 degrees. you might see a spot or two of fog. most neighborhoods are fog free. the fog won't last long. once the sun is up, we'll see bright sunshine. 67 degrees at 9:00. with warm sunshine, we'll warm up to the 80s. even though it will be a warm afternoon, the humidity will stay down. we'll be back in 10 minutes. right now three lanes on a stretch of broad street is closed for a water main break. >> this is in south philadelphia. the street collapsed from the break yesterday afternoon. crews replaced the broken main, but more work is needed today to repair the street andç check t
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sewers. what else is going on on the roads, jessica? >> we're watching the broad street expressway closed for construction. you can see police activity up there ahead. both directions dealing with that in between broad and the schuylkill expressway. we're also watching construction there. on the eastbound side, we're watching that. maybe a little longer than the westbound side. the westbound is clear this morning so you don't have to worry there. on route 73 at 295, both directions looking good. back to you. in north philadelphia, a man shot three times, died at temple university hospital. the shooting happened near the intersection of garnet and york street. a man was standing on the curb when he started shooting. video recorded the shooting.


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